The Toyota Tacoma is the top midsize truck Sedans are rapidly being discontinued, and midsize trucks are all the rage.Sep 27, 2020
In general, compared to other major cities, Seattle smells pretty dang good. Because of the marine wind and moisture, the air is constantly cleaned and circulated. Having said that, downtown Seattle can have an odor that is a mix of urine (especially if you are near an alley) and pot smoke.
Tacoma is located in the western part of the state, in Pierce County. The smell has been described as similar to the odor of rotten eggs. The odor is not noticeable throughout the city, but is rather concentrated in the Tacoma Tideflats and is frequently smelled by motorists traveling that section of Interstate 5.
There are a few reasons why Toyota trucks last so long. Toyota likes to focus on finding ways to improve the manufacturing process. When compared to the competition, Toyota trucks tend to use a simpler design and it isn't changed or updated as often. They figure out what works and stick with it.
The 5-year cost of ownership for a Tacoma is among one of the best, including the subcompact cars and whatnot, but that's because it retains its value so well. If you're planning to sell in 5 years, that's relevant. If you're planning to drive it into the ground, resell value is less relevant.
Automotive research firm iSeeCars says the Tacoma can last up to 200,000 miles or more. With regular repairs and maintenance, any Toyota Tacoma can reach 300,000 miles with ease. If you drive 20,000 to 30,000 miles in a year, your Tacoma can last 10 to 15 years before needing major repairs.Nov 19, 2020